the truth about expensive travel gear

by:INGOR SPORTWEAR     2019-10-03
The man in front of you at the door looks interesting, with an oversized wool blanket on the shoulder, a neck pillow on the arm, high support socks on the feet and a counter
There are disgusting bands on each wrist.
But don\'t laugh. you might get a joke.
Medical experts say many of these common travel trinkets will be very helpful if you stay here for a long time
Long Economic flights
Here are some things you might want (
And some you can put on the shelf)
Next time you\'re at 30,000 feet
The neck pillowcase may be a pain in the neck, but it is better than enduring severe neck pain.
The airline seat forces your head into an uncomfortable, sometimes unnatural position that prevents your spine from completely relaxing, Dr.
Randy schelleder is an expert in physical medicine and rehabilitation at the Mayo Clinic.
The right pillow puts pressure on the ideal place to correct the situation.
\"The main advantage is that there is direct support in the medium term.
The cervical spine with these pillows, which makes the cervical face pressure of the middle spine less.
The airline\'s seat forces the head to bend and does not allow cervical muscle tissue [
Basically all the muscles run along the spine]
The ability to relax completely, \"Shelerud told FoxNews. com.
\"Pillows can prevent neck symptoms.
\"5 practical travel gifts, you will inflate or fill with them, which one do you want --
If you want one
Just a comfortable question.
\"Many people like them, but it\'s personalized.
Just try it . \"
Peter Gay, a colleague from Shelerud at the Mayo Clinic Sleep Medicine Center.
Travel Leisure recommends Travelrest ultimate travel pillow, which will be stuck above your shoulders and across your body or your side as it expands.
It will also shrink into a small roll and stick to the items you carry with you. on. Verdict?
Travel pillows are worth a try if you have pain in your neck or upper back.
Passport Health Care Resource Director, travel health service provider, blank Victoria Saltz, recommends this service as a BYOB (
Bring your own blanket)affair.
\"Bring one from home, you know it\'s clean, no bacteria,\" she said . \".
While high-end cashmere travel blankets are popular among celebrities, avoid spending too much on anything that needs to dry --cleaning.
Spilled drinks between turbulent flights and regular clothing-and-
Tears, three left-
The picture is thrown at home.
The most Google travel questions at 2016 Sowards recommend breathable and machine wash options. The pillow-
Throw the combo from the store.
Com spreads over the blanket and in this case it turns into a soft pillow. TravelSmith.
Com\'coolmax travel blanket puts a bag about the size of a glass into a bag and gets top reviews online for its light weight, ventilation and ease of cleaning. Verdict?
Don\'t waste money on expensive plush blankets, but if you get cold in your flight, some little things you can easily clean are worth it.
They were angry later.
Night advertising, in long international travel, they are a healthy option, especially for leaflets that have the potential to lead to medical conditions in blood clots.
\"Domestic travel can cause problems, but if travelers remember to move their ankles frequently and get up and stretch, the chances of blood clots will decrease,\" said Katz.
\"If you don\'t have pre-
Current medical condition, but you plan to do a lot of vision tests
As you can see at your destination, it may be a good idea to compress socks.
\"I really like compression socks,\" Kyle McCarthy, creator and editor of the home Travel Forum, told Fox News. com.
\"They are great if you wear flat shoes on cobblestone lanes or through endless museums.
They really provided support, so after a long day my feet won\'t feel pain.
\"Lilly pig\'s trotters offer compression socks and moisture in stylish patterns-
Sweat and anti-bacterial buffer heels ($48)
But you can get a cheaper option for about $30. Verdict?
Getting up around an hour is the best way to avoid serious diseases like blood clots.
But if your doctor used to suggest compression socks, a new pair of socks won\'t hurt.
Many American companies have wristbands and earplugs to relieve travel disorders and earplugs to relieve air pressure discomfort. S. airports.
Whether they actually work varies from consumer to consumer. “Sea-
\"Bands and headphones are products that have not been medically tested in large studies,\" explains Sowards . \".
\"I personally think that if these products can relieve discomfort from motion sickness and/or ear discomfort, then continue to use them.
\"But if the person in pain is your child or a young child, there is a better remedy.
The doctor said parents should encourage babies to feed or suck bottles, and older children can chew things like chewing gum
Elizabeth Murray, assistant professor of pediatrics and emergency medicine at the University of Rochester. Verdict?
These items may not be used by children;
Adults can try it on their own, but do not intend to do miracles.
Severe pain or nausea in the ear?
Consult your doctor.
The 8 fun luxury travel gifts worth splurging on personal comfort are fromine ine Frommer, who travels frequently as Frommer\'s editorial director, and she says she doesn\'t use any of these stylish products.
Everything is for comfortable clothes for a long flight.
\"Yoga pants and sports bras with long bras
Long sleeve but loose
Frommer told FoxNews that the fitted shirt and layered cardigan.
\"This is where I get the closest to my pajamas in public. . .
\"Although many celebrities are seen in tight jeans and sky planes --
Loose high heels
The fabric that fits breathable with a certain amount of elasticity may be an ideal flyer.
For health conscious travelers, cheap travel gifts you don\'t have to spend a lot of money to increase the comfort of your next flight.
Here are some.
Expensive items frequent visitors in your life will love this holiday season :--
New water bottles like vacuum
Insulated chute ($28)
, Once the traveler has cleared the safety measures, they can fill the water and keep the water cold during long flights.
Dry cabin air can lead to dehydration, making flight personnel more vulnerable to bacteria, so it is important to keep moisture when flying. --
Lip balm or hand cream to help fight dry air. --
Eye shadow that helps travelers sleep on long flights.
Eagle Creek starts at $10. 95. --
A fun color hand sanitizer, a scent like holiday pocket hand sanitizer in bath and body products.
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